Top 10 Things I Learned at WSSC

Thinking about going to WSSC this year? STAR 3 Spinning instructor Bob Rebach shares the top 10 things he learned at last year’s conference.
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Be the Best Sub You Can Be

Subbing for another Spinning instructor can be a daunting task, but with these tips from instructor Cheryl Squadrito Moskovitz, it can be a very pleasant experience.
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Teen Spin?

Teen Spin, a ten-week program that helped high school students in Massachusetts cross train with the Spinning program last Fall is back for the Spring.
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Tour de Spinning

The Tour de France is one of the most challenging athletic events in the world—and one of the most popular.

Creating a Tour de Spinning program that brings the excitement and energy of the Tour de France to your facility can be a great way to increase class attendance, boost member satisfaction, gain media attention and promote word of mouth referrals. From three-week events that closely follow the Tour to a single specialty ride that gives members a taste of each stage, there are numerous ways that Tour de France simulated rides can help your facility meet its goals.

This year’s Tour begins July 5th, so form a solid plan and give yourself plenty of time to prepare.

If you’re attending or thinking about attending WSSC, be sure to sign up for Jennifer Sage’s popular Tour de France and Alpe d’Huez workshop, which is based on her many years of taking groups to ride up the famous French mountain. You’ll learn everything you need to know to create the Tour de Spinning program that’s right for your facility.

Jennifer Sage has been a Spinning Master Instructor since 1998 and a longtime presenter at WSSC. She has been organizing and leading bicycle tours in Europe since 1988. Her company, Viva Travels, is now offering all Spinning instructors an exclusive discount on cycling vacations. Contact Jennifer at info@vivatravels.com.

Fitness Fact or Fitness Fiction?

A Spinning instructor helped a student prevent a heart attack.
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More than 400 people participated in the ninth annual Spin? Odyssey event in Norwalk, Connecticut. The event raised more than $450,000 for breast cancer research.

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